Bonny Doon, California is a small town on Ben Lomond Mountain, north of Santa Cruz, California. It was founded in the 1850s as a logging camp. John Burns, a Scotsman living in Santa Cruz, named Bonny Doon after a line in Robert Burns' (no relation) song The Banks O' Doon. ("Ye flowery banks o'bonie Doon.."). Bonny Doon is located in Santa Cruz County. Bonny Doon has no "city center" or shops, but features several wineries and an airport. A nude beach of the same name is nearby.
Web Sites and Links
Bonny Doon AlpacasCalifornia's oldest alpaca ranch. Information about this wonderful animal and the luxury fleece it provides.
Crest RanchCalifornia's oldest choose and cut Christmas tree farm. Prices, varieties, photos and directions.
The Rural Bonny Doon AssociationCommunity organization seeking to preserve the rural character of Bonny Doon.
Von Falconer K-9 Training FacilitiesDog training for service, family protection, and police detection. Breeders of Belgian Malinois, Dutch Shepherds and German Shepherds.